UK educational tech company to open Indian branch

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Bangalore: Promethean, a UK based educational tech company has decided to open its arm in India by 2010. The company will be focusing on localizing the content and customizing products to suit the needs of Indian market.

"We will build a pool of experts on these technologies. These people, in turn, will train others. We are also contemplating establishing a manufacturing facility if the numbers justify," said Peter Ormerod, Vice-President (Eastern Europe, Central Asia) of Promethean. Promethean is eying two major projects- one from World Bank and the other from the Union government.

The company, through its Indian partner Almoe, is in the process of tapping the 700 crore Sarva Siksha Abhiyan. Promethean has over 130 customers in the country.

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